Compare Belong ADSL plans

Belong offers budget-centric ADSL plans for those waiting to transition to the NBN.

Belong's ADSL plans explained

Belong's ADSL plans are available through both traditional ADSL connections and faster ADSL2+ connections – the type of cabling installed at your home will determine which of the two you'll get. Along with an Internet service, these plans include home phone line rental and a limited phone service capable of receiving calls and making calls to local, 000, 1223, 13, 1300 and 1800 numbers only.

On a 12-month contract, here's what you'll be paying for Belong's ADSL plans:

  • ADSL2 Plus 100GB. Includes 100GB of data for $55 a month.
  • ADSL2 Plus Unlimited. Includes unlimited data for $60 a month.

As with its NBN plans, Belong's ADSL plans cost more if you want to sign up on a month-to-month contract instead of a 12-month contract. For the 100GB plan, it's $5 extra a month on a month-to-month contract, while it's $10 extra a month on the unlimited plan.

The only upfront cost associated with Belong's ADSL plans is the cost of the compulsory Wi-Fi modem. On a month-to-month contract, this will set you back $60, whereas it's bundled in for free on 12-month contracts.

You will want to keep in mind that cancelling a 12-month contract before the yearly term is up comes with a hefty early termination fee, though. This fee is calculated as $240 minus $20 for every month you've already spent on contract.

If you sign up for Belong's 100GB plan and use up all your monthly data, you won't be hit with any excess usage charges. Your Internet speed will drop down to 256Kbps for the rest of the current billing cycle, though, so you won't be able to watch any more Netflix until the cap resets.

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